Sheriff Bill Waybourn
Tarrant County Sheriff
Sheriff Bill Waybourn is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the County in which William "Doug" Wallace is a prosecutor. A fellow veteran who shares Doug's love of country and respect for both the law enforcement officers who safeguard our freedoms here in the United States and the brave young men and women who place their lives on the line overseas so that those threats to our way of life can be defeated before they reach our shores.
LTC Keith Self, USA (Ret.)
Collin County Judge, 2006 - Present
Judge Keith Self is the Judge of the Collin County Commissioners Court. He is a retired United States Army Special Forces Lieutenant Colonel and a 1975 graduate of the United States Military Academy. "I have known Doug for nearly two decades. He played an instrumental role in my successful 2006 election to this office and he has shown leadership in Republican campaigns and causes, electing worthy conservative candidates since then. Doug served our country as an Army officer and committed himself to the primacy of our Constitution and to its support and defense. He has the right experience and judicial temperament to serve the citizens of Ellis County and lead the 378th Judicial District Court as it faces the challenges of a growing County."
Constable Scott Jones
Parker County Pct. 4
Constable Scott Jones is the elected Constable for Parker County Precinct 4. "I have served in uniform for nearly 40 years, in law enforcement and in the service of my country. I have not met a more committed supporter of our military and law enforcement. He has given hundreds of hours freely in pro bono legal work to our service members and first responders, focusing on family law and civil issues. He has combined a servant's heart with a brilliant legal mind to pursue justice in the courtroom as a trial attorney and to pass along that knowledge in the classroom as a law professor. He is called at this time to serve the citizens of Ellis County and I believe there is not a finer person for this important charge."
Arlington Police Department, (Ret.)
Fred Lohmann is a retired law enforcement officer, a Marine, and a committed conservative. "I have known Doug Wallace as a civil trial attorney and as a felony prosecutor. He is principled, conservative, and committed to the rule of law. He will apply the law strictly and will not legislate from the bench. As a fellow Marine I know he has the utmost respect for the Constitution of our great country. I know how excited he was to come to the 378th for the adoption of his wonderful daughter, Andi. I know he is committed to continuing a high level of service on family law cases, as well as civil and criminal cases that may come before that court."